DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Jon Scheyer doesn't know what it feels like to beat North Carolina on his home court.
The Duke senior better figure out how to do it -- and soon -- or else the fourth-ranked Blue Devils (25-5, 12-3) probably can forget about winning the Atlantic Coast Conference's regular-season title.
Speaking about his 0-3 career record against the Tar Heels (16-14, 5-10) at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Scheyer said Friday that "there's no doubt we want to turn that tide" in Saturday night's matchup.
Coach Mike Krzyzewski downplayed those results and instead focused on bouncing back from a loss at Maryland and claiming at least a share of the regular season championship. For the third straight year, the Blue Devils enter their finale with a chance to grab at least part of the title.